Enjoy your flight!

Term 3, Unit 5, Lesson 6 School: 68
Date: 25.01.19 Teacher’s name: Turedinova Sholpan

 

Grade 9 Number present: 7 Number absent:0
Theme of the lesson: Enjoy your flight!
Learning objectives(s) that this lesson is contributing to ·         Uunderstand the main points in texts on a limited range of unfamiliar general and curricular topics

·         Ask complex questions to get information about a limited range of general topics and some curricular topics

Lesson objectives All learners will be able to:
·         Answer questions about planes with some support

·         Use topic related vocabulary in sentences

Most learners will be able to:
·Write sentences on the topic with minimum mistakes

·Translate the text with minimum support

Some learners will be able to:
·         Express their opinion on topic

·         Give definition to the words without support

·         Translate the text without support

Value links Cooperation, respect to each other, functional literacy.
Previous learning Previously learned vocabulary on topic Trains
Use of ICT Projector or Smart board to show a presentation.
Planned timings Planned activities Resources
5 min

 

 

 

 

1.Organization moment

Good morning, dear children!

Sit down!

What date is it today?

What day of the week is it today?

Who is absent today?

Ok! Thank you.

Today we are going to speak about London.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Main part

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The main part of the lesson

Checking the home task

The pupils answer their home- task

Speaking

Pupils answer the questions:

1)      Are planes really safer than cars?(A  British study shows that flying is 176 times safer that walking, 15 times safer than traveling and 300 times safer that a motorbike)

2)      What are the advantages of traveling by airplane?(It is the fastest means of transport. (You can’t see the landscape of the villages, cities and many other things.)

3)      Do you fly by plane?

Do you want to fly by plane?

4)      Do you know someone who is afraid of flying in an airplane?

Vocabulary work

Ex.1, p.126 Pupils read the questions and match the definitions for the boldfaced words:

Questions about flying                                 Definitions

1.        Is there a flight to London,                          a.Reporting your presence at            please?                         an airport.

2.        Is it a direct flight, or do I                                 b. An instance of travelling

have to change planes?                                         by air.

3.        Do they serve food? What                                 c. Station where transport

terminal does it leave from?vehicles load or unload

4.        Is there an airport bus?                                   passengers or goods.

 

5.        Can I have a window / aisle seat?                      d. Depart from the ground.

 

6.        What time do I have to check in?                       e. Passageway between

seating areas as in a

passenger vehicle.

 

7.        What time does it take off?                                 f. The act of coming down

to the earth.

 

What time does it land?                                       g. A flight with one                                                                                                                  intermediatestops but no

change of aircraft.

8.         or more

 

 

Ex 2. Look at the title and read these words. What connection do you think they have with the text? Anagrams. These anagrams connected with the text. Find them.

1.      EBUTORL – trouble

2.      GEINEN – engine

3.      UORNVES – nervous

4.      TILPO – pilot

5.      ABNCISINALM – cannibalism

6.      BFOLOTAL – football

7.      YTARGED – tragedy

Reading

Pupils divide into 2 groups. 1st group read the text A, 2nd group read the  text B.

p.127, ex.2.

 

Ex 3. Comprehension Check

Pupils answer the questions about their text . When they answered the questions they find a partner from the othr group. Compare their answers and try to get as much information as they can.

1. What happened at the beginning of the flight?

2. Why were the passengers nervous and upset then?

3. What were all the passengers afraid of?

4.How did the story end?

 

Ex 4. Discussion

Pupils decide in pairs which of the following activities are allowed or not allowed on the plane:

·         Drinking

·         Smoking

·         Opening doors and windows

·         Eating

·         Standing up

·         Undoing your seat belt

·         Reading

·         Running

·         Sleeping

How do you say these in your language?

Enjoy your flight!

Fasten your belt, please

Non-stop

An air-pocket

Left-luggage office

Unfasten your seat belt

Lost and found

The visibility is poor

Opposites:

lost – found, fasten – unfasten, poor – good

Remember!

Visibility – көзжетерлік

Unfasten – ағыту

A tragedy in the air

The plane had taken off from the air-fieldin London, and the journey to South Africa,to Johannesburg to be exact, had started.

It was just after the war, and it was not ajet, as is the case nowadays, but it was abig plane with four engines, and fourpropellers, of course.
When a few minutes later we werecrossing the Channel, one of the engineswent wrong, but the stewardess left andthe passengers were quite safe.
However, when the plane reached theMediterranean Sea, the second enginebroke down, but the stewardess told usthere was nothing to worry about becausetwo engines were quite enough to keep usin the air.
As we got near to the shores of Africa, therumour spread that only one propellerwas working.
The stewardess kept hermouth shut, this time, but we came to theconclusion the plane must have developedengine trouble and so it had.
Presently we were flying over the jungle inCentral Africa and my fellow travellerswere terribly upset.
Women were holdingtheir children tighter and tighter and menwere drinking more and more heavily…
There was also a person there who wassaying a prayer in a loud voice.
I too wasterribly frustrated, and as I looked down atthe bush, I could not help thinking ofcannibalism, death and other pleasantthings.
At that moment, the loud-speaker wasswitched on, and the captain’s voice washeard: «Ladies and gentlemen, I havetragic news for you».
The faces of all the passengers turnedpale.
Some burst into tears, and the prayerstifled in the parson’s mouth.
My heartsank into my boots.
The captain continued in a gloomy voice: «It is my sad duty to inform you thatEngland has lost her last football matchagainst Scotland!»
Ex 5. A friend of yours is going on holiday.

a)      Remind him of the things he must do.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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English “9”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 min. Plenary. Learners fill in the following reflective card in the copy books:

3- new words from the lesson

2- adjectives describing the lesson

1-activity from the lesson you like best

Copybook
 

 

1 min H/w: Open your diaries and write. Ex 10 p 128 diaries
1 min Reflection. I hope the lesson was interesting and useful for you.

What have you learnt today?

What was the theme of our lesson?

What have you learnt today? Was it difficult for you? What was difficult?

Stickers
3 min Evaluations So. Guys. I’ll give your marks.I want to evaluate your activities.

P1: You are the best one who works hard today.

Your English is good & I put excellent.

P2: You want to work industrious, but have some mistakes today. I put mark good.P3:… P4:…

Stand up, please!Our lesson is over. All of you did a good job. Thank you and good bye!